sponsored by Mimosa Systems
Posted:  07 Oct 2008
Published:  03 Oct 2008
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
Microsoft Exchange administrators face the daunting challenge of maintaining adequate storage capacity and performance. Most available email archiving solutions can reduce Exchange storage, but they incur the penalty of thousands of stub files in Outlook. Mimosa NearPoint presents a new, comprehensive solution to reduce Exchange storage, without using stub files and without sacrificing the end-user experience. Only NearPoint can reduce Exchange storage without using stub files.

  • NearPoint shadows the entire mailbox contents and allows the use of Outlook AutoArchive to reduce Exchange storage, with no stub files
  • NearPoint provides powerful search tools that allow users and auditors to access archive email with the same look and feel as Outlook

The NearPoint storage management strategy presented in this paper achieves the goal of massive Exchange storage reduction, without stubbing and without negatively impacting end users. Mimosa NearPoint benefits administrators by providing a solution for Exchange storage management that does not reduce Outlook performance. Users benefit by having powerful search tools that can search years of email data and attachments in seconds. Management ease, flexibility, and huge storage cost savings are the outstanding benefits of the Mimosa NearPoint solution.


Bob Spurzem
Mimosa Systems, Inc.

Email Archiving | Microsoft Exchange | Microsoft Outlook | Server Management | Storage Management | Storage Systems | User Experience | Web Browsers

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